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  • Iceberg Lounge

    Seemingly tiring of the criminal lifestyle, [[:oswald-chesterfield-cobblepot | Penguin]] went "legit" and opened an upscale nightclub, "The Iceberg Lounge". He has three new women running his club for him in his absence: Jay, Raven, and Lark. The …

  • Arkham Asylum

    Now run by Jermiah Arkham after the tragic events that led to the death of [[:amadeus-arkham | Amadeus Arkham]]. The new Dr. Arkham has taken a hardline approach towards the care of his patients. He completely renovated the interior of the hospital, …

  • Blackgate Prison

    Located on a small island a mile out to sea, this maximum security prison holds some of the most dangerous people in the United States. It is widely considered to be inescapable without outside assistance. The most widely voiced concern is that the …

  • Cotton Club

    Opened in 1920 by heavyweight boxing champion Jack Johnson in the theater district. Owney Madden, a prominent bootlegger and gangster, took over the club in 1923 while imprisoned in Sing Sing and changed its name to the Cotton Club. " A deal was arranged …

  • Queens

    Queens is the physically largest borough in Gotham City and contains more citizens than any other part of Gotham. Although it has a very high population density, it is the only part of the city that does not have a lot of skyscrapers. This is mostly …

  • Harlem

    Harlem is a neighborhood on the north edge of Manhattan, a physically small area with massive tenement buildings each holding thousands of people. It is primarily occupied by Negros. The population of Harlem has exploded since the Jim Crow laws were …

  • Gotham City Sewers

    The Gotham city sewer system is a complex municipal water system that relies on a combination of tunnels, aqueducts, reservoirs and distribution pipes built underneath Gotham City to meet the daily needs of the city's residents and visitors. One of …

  • Gaslight

    Arguably the smelliest and lowest bar in Gotham, the Gaslight is the place where off-duty sewer workers go to relieve some stress. The place is comfortable but not well lit, has a real fireplace, and the d├ęcor favors alligator hide chairs. The rare non- …

  • Grand Central Station

    Gotham Grand Central Station is the single largest rail center in the US. It is connects the Gotham subway system, a related cargo-carrying underground rail system and the rest of the US. Administered by the borough of Manhattan, it actually resides on …

  • Museum of Natural History

    Located near Central Park, this building with its iconic lions is a major attraction for tourists and children. It houses a large number of exhibits, the most well-known is the J.P. Morgan diamond collection. The three major gems in the collection are …

  • Wayne Tower

    Wayne Tower is the main building to Wayne Enterprises and is located near Central Park. It was built in 1929 and is 78 stories high (second in Gotham only to the Empire State Building). In many ways it is the heart of Gotham as many of the electrical …

  • Wayne Manor

    The ancestral home to the Wayne family for 6 generations, it has seen better days primarily when Thomas and Martha Wayne lived there. Martha filled the house with beauty and the parties held there were legendary. [[:bruce-wayne | Bruce Wayne]] …